We offer probate valuation service in all East Riding of Yorkshire areas including – Aughton Beal Beverley Brandesburton Bridlington Brough Burstwick Burton Agnes Carlton Cherry ITG Provide probate valuations in accordance with HMRC guidelines.
Probate valuation reports will be prepared within 5 days of our valuer’s visit and will provide a clear indication of the market value of each item within the estate. The valuation report will include images with clear and accurate descriptions enabling quick identification of items of value.
Chattels Gallery Guide
The items pictured below are just a small sample of similar items recently valued by ITG probate valuations. The gallery will hopefully be
helpful & educational in demonstrating the wide array of antiques, collectibles & everyday objects we value on a daily basis. A selection of three pendants and one 9ct gold chain. To include a 9ct gold pear-shape blue topaz and diamond point cluster ring, a bi-colour diamond pendant, together with a brilliant-cut diamond single-stone collet pendant, suspended from a 9ct gold curb-link chain. An 18ct gold ruby and diamond cluster ring. The oval-shape ruby collet, within a brilliant-cut diamond scalloped edge surround, to the tapered band. Estimated total diamond weight 0.40ct. A pair of 9ct gold ear hoops and a pair of cultured pearl earrings. The first designed as a pair of textured three-row overlapping hoops, the second set with a cultured pearl. A ruby and enamel sea lion brooch. The textured sea lion mask, with ruby cabochon eyes, to the spiral grooved green and blue enamel tentacles. A selection of three gem-set pendants and chains. To include a 9ct gold sapphire and diamond pendant, a 9ct gold pear-shape blue topaz and brilliant-cut diamond pendant, together with a blue topaz pendant, each suspended from a fancy-link chain. Two with hallmarks for 9ct gold. A mid 20th century gold, silver and gem-set grasshopper brooch. The grasshopper with blister pearl head, graduated circular turquoise cabochon body and diamond point wings, to the grooved legs. A late Victorian repouse silver two handled punch bowl, of circular form, with lobed border and decorated with masks, fruit and flowers amid spiral scrolls, on circular foot, each handle modelled as a winged mythical beast. A Victorian silver presentation salver, of shaped circular form, with cast pierced foliate border and engraved with flowers and central inscription. An Edwardian silver egg cruet, of rectangular form, with cusped border, engraved armorial and gadrooned rims, on ball feet, with six egg cups, Thomas Bradbury & Sons, Sheffield, 1901, together with six later onslow pattern spoons. A late Victorian silver mounted easel mirror, of rectangular form, with domed top and decorated with foliate scrolls amid trellis work. A Contemporary Ring, a Dalmatian stone of green body with black patches, centres a Greek-key border, inset at four points with round brilliant cut diamonds. A Pair of Enamelled Cufflinks, by David Andersen, the oblong heads enamelled in shades of blue and yellow, on bar links, and A Pair of Enamelled Cufflinks, the heads guilloche enamelled in white, on bar links The cufflinks are in good condition. There are some minor bruises to the enamel. Both are believed to be silver gilt. An 18 Carat Gold Diamond, Pink Sapphire and Amethyst Ring, modelled as a butterfly and flower, on a yellow twist shank. A Pair of 18 Carat Gold Hoop Earrings, the yellow hoops with twist decoration, each hung with a 9 carat gold detachable drop, with sprung fittings to clip-on. A Mary Gregory cranberry cameo vase. The body with cameo hand painted maiden carrying a watering can in a garden having waisted neck and flared rim atop. A thirty piece 19th century Victorian china tea service in a floral chintzy finish to include eight cups and saucers, eight side plates, three sandwich plates, creamer and sugar bowl. A Chinese famille rose vase with foliate and bird decoration marks with Chinese character marks to verso. Together with a Chinese immortals vase with twin handles and decorative gilt court scenes. A Victorian silver four piece tea and coffee set, of baluster form, with beaded border and engraved with scrolling foliage and vacant cartouches. A 19th century Persian silver vase, of globular shape, embossed with geometric scrolling foliage and engraved with panels of bids and wild deer amongst flora, marks to base. A late Victorian large silver salver, by Elkington & Co Ltd, of shaped circular form, with foliate scroll border, on four scroll feet. Similar Posts: